Doug Marshall is entering his 1st season as the Head Coach for the Iowa Western Men's & Women's Track & Field and Cross Country programs at Iowa Western.
Prior to coming to Council Bluffs, Coach Marshall served in the same capacity for Garden City Community College in Kansas.
In his lone season as the Head Coach, Marshall led the Broncbusters to Top 20 finishes in both Men's & Women's Indoor National Meets and numerous individual awards, including a National Championship in the Men's Indoor Heptathalon.
Marshall served as an assistant at Garden City for three seasons before being named to the Head Coaching position. He coached 11 All-Americans and 33 national qualifiers in the indoor and outdoor seasons with the Broncbusters as an assistant, starting at Garden City as a volunteer assistant in 2014 before being promoted to full-time assistant prior to the start of the indoor season.
Marshall started his coaching career at Hartford High School in Hartford, KS., where he coached eight school-record holders and three All-State finishers, including two State-runner ups. He then moved to Garden City High School as a jumps coach where he guided six State placers, a school-record holder, as well as the 2013 6A long-jump State Champion.
Marshall earned his bachelor's degree from Emporia State in 2011, where he was an NCAA qualifier in the triple jump and holds the third best triple jump in school history. Marshall earned seven All-MIAA awards in both the long and triple jumps.
Coach Marshall and his wife Erin live in Council Bluffs with their daughter Avery and twin sons, Brendan and Cason.